After Holiday Slump

Every year, after the holiday, I tend to have an after holiday slump. Usually September, October, and November are painfully slow, and then when it’s time for my birthday, time takes off. It speeds through my birthday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, then slows down somewhat for New Years, and suddenly it’s January. It’s January, and I’mContinue reading “After Holiday Slump”

My Christmas Eve Universal Experience: Hogsmeade

Going to an amusement park on Christmas Eve has become a tradition for me. And, although I don’t go every year, I try to go when I can. This year I chose to have a Christmas Eve Universal Experience in Hollywood. Harry Potter & the Forbidden Journey I started my Christmas Eve Universal Experience inContinue reading “My Christmas Eve Universal Experience: Hogsmeade”

How I Spent My New Years Eve

If you read my Alone for Christmas post, then you know that I don’t have family to spend the holidays with. I have spent New Years Eve with friends in the past, but given the state of things with COVID, I thought it best if I didn’t hold any live events. I don’t mind travelingContinue reading “How I Spent My New Years Eve”

Spending Christmas Alone

Christmas is always a little bitter sweet for me. I’m not close with my family, and I don’t want to intrude on my friends’ holidays. What I’ve learned though, is that it’s important to make the holidays my own. And it’s important to celebrate them in a way that makes me happy–even if that meansContinue reading “Spending Christmas Alone”

Christmas Traditions

For me, I never really thought I would be writing about my Christmas Traditions, certainly not cheerfully. See, I live alone, and Christmas, as well as most other holidays, tends to be a bit lonely. That said, I do have a few Christmas traditions. Amusement Park on Christmas Eve I tend to go to anContinue reading “Christmas Traditions”

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